Eden Hazard has admitted his first season at Real Madrid was the worst season in his career individually.
Hazard joined Madrid from Chelsea in a deal worth up to £130m last summer but struggled to impress due to a number of injuries, including a fractured ankle.
Madrid secured their 34th La Liga title with a 2-1 win against Villareal on Thursday but Hazard, who was limited to 16 appearances and one goal in the league, admits he had a minimal impact.
“We have won the title collectively this year, considering it has certainly been the worst season of my career individually,” Hazard said in an interview with franceinfo.
The Belgian skipper was keen to highlight the contributions of some of his Madrid team-mates.
“Karim Benzema is very friendly and down-to-earth. He’s here to score goals and win matches. I think he’s shown once again this year that he’s quite simply the best,” Hazard said.